Amsterdam Hotels /
ABOVE: The four-star
Park Plaza Victoria in central Amsterdam.
Amsterdam has a vast selection
and other lodgings, and we haven't attempted to list all of them here.
Where possible, we've linked to hotels represented by our booking partner for
the Netherlands, Venere,
which negotiates cheaper rates with hotels than you'd typically be able to get on
We've also linked to a variety of other hotel, hostel, apartment, and
camping sites, so you can explore a wide range of choices and compare prices
before you book. Use the
accommodations index below to get started.
- Amsterdam hotels fill up quickly in summer, during holiday periods, and on
weekends (when many British travelers and shoppers visit from across the
Channel). Book ahead for the best choice of rooms.
- If you aren't the adventurous type, you may want to consult an up-to-date
guidebook before making reservations. Also see the guest reviews in Venere's
listings, but take the more extreme comments (whether favorable or
unfavorable) with a grain of salt.
- At the lower end of the hotel spectrum, rooms may be
small and rather dreary--and in older buildings, some rooms are likely to be
better than others. You're most likely to be happy with your accommodations if
you stay in a 3-, 4-, or 5-star hotel.
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